Here’s a rundown of new releases on DSPs and physical releases in record shops this week.
The third album from the band is another switch of styles into murkier territories, with living distance from Ireland prompting treatises on what it means to be Irish living abroad.
Fourth album from King Push was produced by Kanye West and Pharrell Williams and features Jay-Z, Kid Cudi, Labrinth, No Malice, Lil Uzi Vert, Don Toliver and Nigo.
The long-awaited second album from English poetic purveyors of late-night insights and euphoric music.
J Spaceman’s ninth album is said to recall the strains of 1997 career high Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space
Second album from the UK pop artist Harriette Pilbeam.
Labrinth’s excellent score for the excellent show Euphoria.
A new EP from James Smith featuring four songs that didn’t fit on the excellent debut album sonically or lyrically. I previously featured ‘Skipping Stones’ and am loving ‘Into The Blue’ featuring Kez.
Síomha – Infinite Space
Irish artist’s debut album is noted as “cosmic, folk-informed, jazz-tinged, post-pop.”
It was recorded in Ann Arbor, Michigan by Tyler Duncan and features Joe Dart (Vulfpeck), Louis Cato (Bobby McFerrin/ Snarky Puppy),Michael Shimmin (the olllam), Martin Atkinson Borrul (TOUCAN) and violinist Jeremy Kittel (Bela Fleck/ Chris Thile).
Bon Iver’s drummer picks up the pieces after a failed marriage.
Exmperimental album of improvised/composed ambient music from San Antonio artist. Plays Belfast, The Sonic Lab, SARC, QUB (28th April) and Dublin, Workman’s Cellar (April 29th) next week.
Cork producer Ian Ring drops an introspective four-track EP on Feel Good Lost.
Belfast producer’s new release of big chunkers, as it says.
Two-track release pairing David Kitt and Icelandic artist on vocals.
London based electro-pop artist and harpist’s debut album was co-produced by Joseph Mount of Metronomy.